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Posted 28 February 2009 - 11:26 AM
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Posted 28 February 2009 - 09:53 PM
No, if other factors remain the same, having the greater pool of memory won't of its own accord slow the system. All allocated memory resides at known addresses, and as the memory is Random Access (RAM = Random Access Memory) its content is not harder to find because the total of available memory becomes larger.
@Charybdis, @all: What I want to ask is, if you have a bigger RAM if it is not actually making your PC slower. Like imagine you have a warehouse and you have only 1 item in it. It would be easier to find it in a small warehouse compared to a huge warehouse. What do you think?
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